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    I seem to recall that Max created that with a BLW model.
    Christopher

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    Quote Originally Posted by conductorchris View Post
    I seem to recall that Max created that with a BLW model.
    Christopher
    Was that his planned “Railroads of Vermont” set?


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    He made it in 2010:

    CV4924.jpg

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    Good getting close but needs a freeware model.

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    If you buy (or previously bought) the CV set ($12 http://www.valleypass.com/Sales/CV.htm) - you'll get this for free (as soon as we put it up).

    You'll also get another free bonus of CV RS3's and milk cars and passenger cars: http://www.valleypass.com/forum/view...326cad1f8c4b30

    FYI: This model was done 10 years ago. Our current standards have advanced since, but we thought sharing was more valuable than perfection.

    Thanks to Max Birsden who did the repaint. And Rick Franzosa who did the original CV set. And Geatan Belanger who powers BLW and made the original models and keeps the website.

    Christopher

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    Quote Originally Posted by conductorchris View Post
    If you buy (or previously bought) the CV set ($12 http://www.valleypass.com/Sales/CV.htm) - you'll get this for free (as soon as we put it up).

    You'll also get another free bonus of CV RS3's and milk cars and passenger cars: http://www.valleypass.com/forum/view...326cad1f8c4b30

    FYI: This model was done 10 years ago. Our current standards have advanced since, but we thought sharing was more valuable than perfection.

    Thanks to Max Birsden who did the repaint. And Rick Franzosa who did the original CV set. And Geatan Belanger who powers BLW and made the original models and keeps the website.

    Christopher
    Thanks, Chris.

    I will try to get this uploaded over the weekend, if not sooner.

    Rick

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    Whoops, I dyslexiaified Max Brisben's name. Sorry, Max.

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    BLW/ZT CV 'Coast Guard' GP9 Bonus

    As requested, CV GP9 #4924 in the commemorative paint scheme honoring the US Coast Guard.

    This bonus is a Max Brisben reskin of one of our BLW/ZT Central Vermont GP9s to that scheme. The link can be found in the "BLW/ZT Bonus" section of the Valleypass forum:

    http://www.valleypass.com/forum

    Thanks to Max Brisben for the reskin and Tim Spencer for the MSTS testing.

    This model is a free bonus to all who have purchased the BLW/ZT Central Vermont pack (http://www.valleypass.com/Sales/CV.htm). It will install in the BLW_ZT_GP9_CV folder, and includes one consist.

    Enjoy!

    Rick & Gaetan

    BLW/ZT (C) 2020

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    Quote Originally Posted by rfranzosa View Post


    BLW/ZT CV 'Coast Guard' GP9 Bonus

    As requested, CV GP9 #4924 in the commemorative paint scheme honoring the US Coast Guard.

    This bonus is a Max Brisben reskin of one of our BLW/ZT Central Vermont GP9s to that scheme. The link can be found in the "BLW/ZT Bonus" section of the Valleypass forum:

    http://www.valleypass.com/forum

    Thanks to Max Brisben for the reskin and Tim Spencer for the MSTS testing.

    This model is a free bonus to all who have purchased the BLW/ZT Central Vermont pack (http://www.valleypass.com/Sales/CV.htm). It will install in the BLW_ZT_GP9_CV folder, and includes one consist.

    Enjoy!

    Rick & Gaetan

    BLW/ZT (C) 2020
    Err the CV set password is being rejected by the zip I just downloaded?

    Just to be sure I tried it on the original zips and it works fine with them.
    Geoff
    Dorset - near The Swanage Railway.
    UK

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